In this special report we describe the LMBP systematic evidence review methods for identifying evidence-based practices that are effective in improving healthcare quality and patient outcomes in a manner consistent with the 6 healthcare quality aims of the Institute of Medicine (IOM), to provide healthcare that is patient centered, safe, timely, effective, efficient, and equitable (1).
What does SER stand for?
SER stands for Systematic Evidence Review (various organizations)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 234 other meanings of SER in our Acronym Attic
- Support Equipment Requirements Sheet
- Supportability Evaluation Report
- Surface Equivalente Radar (French: Radar Cross Section; stealth)
- Symbol Error Rate (similar to BER)
- Syndicat des Energies Renouvelables (French: Renewable Energy Union; est. 1993)
- Syndicat des Equipements de la Route (French: Union of Road Equipment)
- System Element Review
- System Evaluation Record
- System Evaluation Report
- System Evolution Record
- Systems Engineering Report
- Serial Number
- Screening-level Ecological Risk Assessment
- Sequential Electro-chemical Reduction Analysis
- Sierra Railroad Company
- Société d'Etudes Réalisations Automobiles (French automobile manufacturer)
- Software Engineering Research, Management & Application
- South-East Regional Authority (Ireland)
- Southern Enduro Riders Association (Madison, MS)
- Southern Extension/Research Activities
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Institute of Medicine, saying clinical practice guidelines and systematic evidence reviews are too often of "uncertain or poor quality," has recommended standards to ensure trustworthy guidance for practitioners.
This is an extraordinarily important development and the first time a well-defined, transparent method for systematic evidence review for rare diseases will be published.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Phototherapy is beneficial as primary therapy for seasonal affective disorder and other types of depression, according to a systematic evidence review conducted by the American Psychiatric Association Committee on Research on Psychiatric Treatments.